Enjoying Retirement: 70s and Beyond
You earned it; now go enjoy it. But here's something no one ever told you about retirement: It's not the finish line. There are decades of decisions yet to be made, including how to preserve (and prudently invest) your savings, how to spend it wisely and how to make the most out of new world of retirement.
Here are some important considerations and 4 actions to add to your check list.
Gain Insight into the New World
A married couple at 70 has a better than 50% chance that at least one of them will live into their 90s. That's why you still need to make your savings last.
Your retirement comes with fine print – or at least it can feel that way. Don't get caught by surprise! Here's some costs to consider as you finalize retirement plans.
Who says change is bad? Today's retirement is best understood as your Encore! Find out more about how your contemporaries are reinventing retirement – just the way your generation reinvented everything else!
There's always more to learn and new insights to be found.
Nothing succeeds like success. Here are strategies that are serving retirees well in today's new world of retirement.
Have you begun to collect social security? What's your strategy for spousal benefits? To get the most out of your benefits, it's critical to know all of your options.
You earned it. You saved it. Now it's yours to spend – for decades. Deciding your income strategy is the most important decision you will ever have to make about your retirement savings.
How should you put your strategy into action? Understand the investment solutions you have at your disposal.
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